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Health and Wellbeing Plan

Council prepares a new Health and Wellbeing Plan after each election, in consultation with the community, and in partnership with other key health organisations. The purpose of the plan is to identify goals (what we want to achieve) and strategies (how we will achieve them), in partnership with other health and wellbeing agencies across the shire, based on available evidence, for creating a local community in which people are healthy and happy.

People of the Glenelg Shire had the opportunity to raise issues they care about and contribute ideas for Council and its partners to consider as a part of the plan. Some of the issues include:
- GP services diminishing in Heywood and other small towns in the shire
- Support for tracks and trails across the hire to promote physical activity
- Support for Bush Nursing facilities
- Importance of safe road networks in accessing services
- Suicide and mental health issues in small towns

Council is now working with health partners and key stakeholders across the shire to develop a new 4 year Public Health and Wellbeing Plan 2021 - 2025 to be adopted in October 2021.

Please click on the links below to access a copy of:
GSC MPHWP 2017 - 2021 (Overarching Plan)
Year 4 (2021) Action Plan
Year 3 (2020) Action Plan Report
Municipal Public Health and Wellbeing Year Three 2020 Action Plan
MPHWP Year Two Action Plan Report 2019
Municipal Public Health and Wellbeing Year Two Action Plan
Health and Wellbeing in the Glenelg Shire 2017 (background report and statistics)
2016 Great South Coast Health and Wellbeing Profile

This project was undertaken in accordance with the provisions of the Public Health and Wellbeing Act 2008.

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